Virtual PBX

Develop Virtual PBX with Pronexus VBVoice

A virtual private branch exchange (PBX) is a computerized device that works as a switchboard, connecting a business with the outside world. It needs no physical presence on either end of the phone call to connect the two parties. Virtual PBX uses voice over internet protocols (VoIP) to route calls over the internet, meaning no expensive hardware is required.

Typical Virtual PBX Uses

  • ‍Businesses that operate primarily through freelance contractors and work-at-home staff
  • Small businesses looking to increase their professional credibility by appearing larger
  • Businesses who want to focus on managing their calls but limit the stress that an advanced calling system can place on a business

Benefits of Using Virtual PBX

  • ‍Less office space required
  • Less impact from weather conditions
  • Remote office interoperability
  • More motivated and content workforce
  • Broader workforce recruiting base

In the call center industry, a virtual PBX application developed with Pronexus VBVoice™ IVR software allows your employees to work from home, giving you a competitive edge over traditional call centers. It can broaden your workforce by allowing you to hire qualified individuals who are unable to work from the office, such as the elderly or single parents, as well as improve communication lines between remote offices.